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Write A Critical Summary Of The Poem "Departure And Arrival" By T.S. Eliot.

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"Departure and Arrival" is one of the Eliot's early poems. It is a combination of idealism and optimism. It inspires us to accept the most difficult challenges of life. Eliot urges us to set high goals before us and then strive fearlessly to achieve them. We must plan to reach our destination. Departure is a must for a final arrival. The struggle to make this world a better place according to our vision is a self-rewarding virtue. To work for the welfare of others is a noble but difficult mission.

The poet says that our path may winding and set with difficulties. We may become doubtful and fearful about the outcome of our efforts. Hardships of the journey may disappoint us. But we must not be discouraged. We must work for a better future with a strong belief and determination.

The twentieth century calls upon its youth to do their duty in order to make its end more glorious and brighter. In fact all of us are indebted to the past generations for their selfless work for the benefit of humanity. If we want to be grateful men, we must repay the debt of our forefathers by doing the same for others. We must try hard to abolish pain and misery from this world. Many years from now we may rightly feel proud of our contribution to the happiness and prosperity of the people of this world.
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This poem depicts the struggle for life. Everyone faces the hardships of life. Some bear all with hear and be brave but some lose the heart and stop struggling. This poem describes that life I the name of struggle. Man can't get success without hardworking. Life is full of mysteries and full of hard tasks. Man will cum to its destination after bearing every pain.
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Like a tall ship coming into shore we are excited to see it draw near, as it approach we are in awe of its magnificent beauty, as it departs we are sadden to see it leave, though somewhere above the horizon another crowd gathers

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